Finding Colors that Stop You in Your Tracks

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Ohio artist Cyrus Fire on how color can ensnare the eye of the viewer and compel them to close the distance.

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Expanding the Palette

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Artists capture light in the spur of the moment with a constantly changing light source.

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Life Through Tonal Contrasts

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The tonal relationship of color is a powerful tool. Understanding those relationships can allow an animator to visually describe complex human emotions.

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Pictures of the Floating World

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Because color is about perception, there is beauty and poetry in how one person perceives it and how it can be used in visual forms.

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Color: Serious, Sacred and Divine (Comedy)

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I take color very seriously, to me it is sacred. As sacred as the Marx Brothers. Deserving of a permanent place in the hallowed halls no matter which way the pendulum of fashion swings.

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